IP67-Rated Handheld Spectrometer Is Small And Wireless

(Viavi Solutions)

Viavi Solutions’ MicroNIR OnSite-W, a near-infrared (NIR), wireless spectrometer, is detailed as the industry's smallest IP67-rated, fully-integrated spectrometer, designed for varied applications in agricultural, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries. Its wireless Bluetooth connectivity to a PC or tablet makes it viable for factory and field uses.


The OnSite-W spectrometer features proprietary VIAVI Linear Variable Filter (LVF) technology, which promises to eliminate all moving parts and enables a robust instrument that delivers repeatable measurements. It carries IP65 and IP67 ratings for use in wet and dusty environments and a MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2 shock and vibration rating.

Sponsored by Infosys

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The system includes MicroNIR Pro 3.0 software, a large upgrade to VIAVI chemometrics modeling software suite. The PLS quantitative model-building tool means that no third-party software is required to build complete chemometric applications. A dedicated tablet application provides OnSite-W users with a simplified interface for rapid predictions in the field. Enhancements to the system now streamline workflow and simplify user, method and data management. Learn more, checkout the MicroNIR OnSite-W datasheet.

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